Executive Director Danielle Brazell blogs about how identifying problems isn't enough—leaders must collaborate to create solutions as well.
Executive Director Danielle Brazell blogs on how providing a solution can be the most effective advocacy strategy.
What can a network of 20,000 civically engaged people do to change the way the arts and arts education is valued, supported and made accessible to all in a county of 10 million?
Executive Director Danielle Brazell previews Advocacy Season, when planning and funding decisions are made at all levels of government.
Executive Director Danielle Brazell blogged for Otis College of Art & Design's Creative Economy Report.
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Executive Director Danielle Brazell blogs on the tools, resources and people power that make this advocacy movement strong.
The great recession, as it’s now called, continues to wreak havoc on local government, school districts and our state. Yet because of our grassroots power, arts and arts education are no longer sacrificed or treated as dessert. Congratulations, advocates-- that’s a success in itself!
Danielle Brazell blogs on what Budget Season 2011 may have in store, and what we can do to be a part of the solution.
The other night I had the opportunity to participate in a convening in the 2010 Bravo Forum. A program of the Music Center of Los Angeles County, the Forum's theme was Empowering Educators as Advocates for Arts Education.